# F009A. Traversing matrices P35971

Statement

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You have an integer matrix. Given a sequence of positions (row, column) of the matrix, which form a trajectory where all the movements are horizontal or vertical. Your task is to write a program that calculates the sum of the values of the visited positions.

Using the definition

your program must include and use the function

that returns the sum of all the elements of the matrix line |mat| that starts at the position (|of|, |oc|) and finishes at the position (|df|, |dc|) (first position not included, last position included). Assume that the given positions are inside the matrix, that (|of|, |oc|) ≠ (|df|, |dc|), and either |of| = |df| or |oc| = |dc|.

Input

The input consists of the number of rows n and the number of columns m, followed by n lines, each one with m integers of one row. Then, there is a non empty sequence of positions (row, column) which form a trajectory. All the rows are between 0 and n – 1. All the columns are between 0 and m – 1. Two consecutive positions never are equal.

Output

Your program must print the total sum of the values of the path positions, counting each number as many times as you pass over. Follow the format of the instance.

Public test cases
• Input

```3 4
7 8 5 6
3 4 9 5
1 2 3 4
0 0   2 0   2 2   1 2   1 3   0 3   0 1
```

Output

```suma = 49
```
• Input

```1 4
-3 100 8 -20
0 3   0 1   0 2   0 0
```

Output

```suma = 193
```
• Input

```1 1
7
0 0
```

Output

```suma = 7
```
• Information
Author
Professorat de P1
Language
English
Translator
Carlos Molina
Original language
Catalan
Other languages
Catalan
Official solutions
C++
User solutions
C++